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Just as major film studios have been forced to take action against abuse, a similar revolution – powered by the #MeToo movement of women speaking out – is sweeping workplaces everywhere.New strategies are needed to encourage healthy interactions among employees.This is not a new idea; a 2016 study published in the Harvard Business Review found that companies with more high-level female executives generate higher profits.With more millennials entering the workforce and demanding greater equality, the youngest employees already have a stronger voice at work than previous generations. A recent Boston Consulting Group study found that young male employees are often more open-minded than their superiors on issues like family leave and diversity, suggesting that true leadership on gender equality may actually come from a company's youngest staff members.Most important, employees need role models.Changing workplace culture will demand similarly strong leadership.
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